The problem is, it’s hard to tell how much the movie agrees with that instant diagnosis.
Tom Hanks plays Eamon Bailey, the co-founder of The Circle, and in his first appearance (a keynote address to employees), he introduces a new kind of camouflaged micro-camera that can be placed anywhere with ease, to monitor every corner of the planet.
But The Circle, in the end, has nothing remotely interesting to say about their fears.
The protesters at the March for Science, as scientists are wont to do, followed what has become one of the established formulas for such an event, holding clever signs, wearing cheeky outfits, and attempting, overall, to carnivalize their anger.
priority since at least the Clinton administration—though efforts to denuclearize the Korean peninsula began during the George H.W.